PR and Pants - #UndertheRadarBlogs
This week's #UndertheRadar jobs are a varying mix but all want graduates to have that something special in their approach to the roles. This means that graduates looking to apply for one of these roles must be engaging and charismatic to stand any chance as making it in these positions. However, they have made it into the list because they offer something that little bit different.
Here are the best jobs you may have missed...
What you need to know: Central Leeds, Competitive pay and a small tight knit team.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree, organisation and initiative.
The role is for a nationwide rescue and insolvency firm, who want a creative and organised graduate to join their central Leeds office. The role requires graduates to be part of a larger national marketing team with their responsibilities focused on the Leeds office, juggling marketing and office management duties. Successful graduates could expect to be working on tasks like database management, office management, reporting, marketing campaigns, events, research, website maintenance and client relationship management.
What you need to know: 4 x 6 month rotations, £23,500+ and opportunity to work abroad
What you need to show: 2.1 with focus on Maths or Business, passionate about technology and an innovative thinker.
ADP are looking for the next big thing in graduates. They want graduates to approach them with a new way of thinking. ADP (Automatic Data Processing) want to see the same love for technology in graduates as they have built the company around. Graduates responsibilities will be spread out over 4 rotations during a two year period. Throughout the whole project graduates are supported by HR, mentors and receive a fellow graduate buddy.
Sound good? You should check out these sectors: Management, Consultancy, Computing and IT and Science and Technology.
What you need to know: London, £19,000 and working in market research.
What you need to show: 2.2, excellent analytical skills and effective communication skills.
Toluna are one of the leading online market research companies, engaging with audiences across the country. They are looking for graduates to join the company and help them grow even further. The role will require the graduate to support and develop current business and keep the pulse of projects and plans for further development. The role is a excellent first step in the world of market research and account management, with many graduates already having the required skills to make it in this industry.
Sound good? You should check out these sectors: Customer Service, Internet and Digital Media and Research and Analysis.
What you need to know: Hertfordshire, £23,000 (depending on experience) and working with Buying/Merchandising and Marketing.
What you need to show: Analytical skills, high maths capabilities and great communication and influencing skills.
If you've been on the London Underground in the last 12 months you will have most certainly had your eyes caught by their provocative advertising campaigns. figleaves.com are a premier lingerie company that are looking for a Junior Web Trader for helping the business grow. Responsibilities include working with customers, finance and operations. Duties could include anything from working with the Buying & Merchandising teams to maintain and enhance a weekly commercial calendar to liaise with peers from all functions to ensure efficient and timely delivery of the business objectives.
Sound good? You should check out these sectors: Retail, Buying and Merchandising and Internet and Digital Media.
What you need to know: London, £21,000 and PR company for luxury travel, tourism and hospitality.
What you need to show: 2.1 degree, previous PR experience and exceptional organisational skills.
Riva PR are a leading firm in their area of travel, tourism and luxury hotels. The firm want an enthusiastic and experienced graduate to maintain and excel their operations. Graduates who are successful in their applications will face a range of tasks and duties in their day to day life at Riva PR. They could be compiling monthly coverage books and reports, Liaising with trade publications and tour operators or Drafting press releases and packages and responding to press inquiries.
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